June 25, 2015 10:19 PM | Written by Anthony Caruso III, Publisher
The Tennessee Titans continue to say that they are not for sale no matter what others continue to say. The rumors, according to them, won’t go away, even after the retirement of CEO Tommy Smith.
Once again, the team issued a statement tonight saying they are not for sale.
“We’re committed here long term, and we plan on having the team in the family for a long time,” Kenneth Adams IV said. He’s the grandson of Bud Adams, who passed away in 2013.
Steve Underwood, the Interim President, followed up Adams words. He said that there will continue to be the rumors until his Interim label is removed.
The Titans haven’t had a clear leader in two years.
Earlier today, the team had their stadium renamed. Instead of being named LP Field, it will be named Nissan Stadium moving forward.
Since Adams passed away, the team is 6-19 overall. They were 2-14 this past season and received the second overall pick, which they spent on Marcus Mariota.
With Mariota, their future is drastically improved. They won’t be 2-14 next season, that’s for sure, with the Hawaiian leading the way.
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